There’re a lot of stories going around Google+, and with this, you don’t want to be the last to post a good story of your own. However, there’re some stories that may not originate from you, but you’d waste it if you won’t share it to your own website, for example. How about sharing that story to another social network such as Facebook? Share it to your friends via instant messaging or e-mail? Ultimately, how do you share the post to somewhere else?
You share those stories by copying their ‘permalinks’ or links for short. Thankfully, there’re different methods and you choose one that you’re most comfortable with. Let us know what works better for you.
Here are the two ways on how you get the link of a particular post on Google+:
- Click on the drop down arrow at the top right of a post, then select "Link to a Post".
Method #2: With Chrome Browser (shortcut)
- Right click on the "Timestamp" of the post then select "Copy Link Address".
Method #3: With FireFox (shortcut)
- Right click on the "Timestamp" of the post and click "Copy Link To Location".
Easy breezy, right?!